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Historical Markers and War Memorials in Glen Rose, Texas

 
Clickable Map of Somervell County, Texas and Immediately Adjacent Jurisdictions image/svg+xml 2019-10-06 U.S. Census Bureau, Abe.suleiman; Lokal_Profil; HMdb.org; J.J.Prats/dc:title> https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Usa_counties_large.svg Somervell County, TX (18) Bosque County, TX (19) Erath County, TX (57) Hood County, TX (27) Johnson County, TX (46)  SomervellCounty(18) Somervell County (18)  BosqueCounty(19) Bosque County (19)  ErathCounty(57) Erath County (57)  HoodCounty(27) Hood County (27)  JohnsonCounty(46) Johnson County (46)
Glen Rose is the county seat for Somervell County
Glen Rose is in Somervell County
      Somervell County (18)  
ADJACENT TO SOMERVELL COUNTY
      Bosque County (19)  
      Erath County (57)  
      Hood County (27)  
      Johnson County (46)  
 
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1Texas (Somervell County), Glen Rose — An Ancient Story
The Taylor Site Dinosaur tracks upstream from this panel at the Taylor Site are fossilized tracks with a denser in-fill material that dates to over 100 million years ago. These ancient dinosaur tracks have eroded in several different ways: . . . Map (db m186849) HM
2Texas (Somervell County), Glen Rose — Ancient Secrets Revealed
The Ballroom Site In 2009, scientists mapped hundreds of dinosaur tracks along this stretch of the Paluxy River. Hundreds of dinosaur tracks lie underwater upriver from here. Unfortunately most are either submerged, or are not . . . Map (db m186850) HM
3Texas (Somervell County), Glen Rose — Apatosaurus"deceptive lizard"
Formerly known as Brontosaurus, "thunder lizard," Apatosaurus was among the largest of land animals that ever lived. One specimen measured 75 feet long and probably weighed 33 tons. Its brain was the size of a human fist. It lived in the Late . . . Map (db m186801) HM
4Texas (Somervell County), Glen Rose — 684 — Campbell Building
Built by T. B. Campbell, M.D., and wife Julia in 1894-95. Native limestone walls are 18" thick; pillars and window sills hand-hewn. Has housed general store, other businesses, telephone exchange, post office. Upper floor used for meetings. . . . Map (db m138122) HM
5Texas (Somervell County), Glen Rose — Deep Water Shelter
The Blue Hole Site The Blue Hole is located on a rocky ledge down to your right. Millions of years ago, a small pack of fierce predatory Acrocanthosaurus dinosaurs left tracks in soft mud near here most likely while hunting . . . Map (db m186851) HM
6Texas (Somervell County), Glen Rose — 1226 — Dinosaur Tracks
Formed 100,000,000 years ago, tracks of 3 kinds of dinosaurs are preserved in the limestone below Paluxy River. Types include Acrocanthosaurus (a meat-eater), Camptosaurus (plant-eater who left 3-toed bird-like tracks), and Pleurocoelus (a . . . Map (db m137798) HM
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7Texas (Somervell County), Glen Rose — Dinosaurs
The animals portrayed by these models are two of the most familiar and well known of all dinosaurs. However, these two animais did not live at the same time. The brontosaur died out over 40 million years before the tyrannosaur appeared. Nor were . . . Map (db m186802) HM
8Texas (Somervell County), Glen Rose — 1781 — First National Bank
Hand hewn-native stone structure, built 1896 by A. P. Humphreys, as saloon. Lodge hall upstairs hosted dances, socials, stage shows. First National moved in, 1902, with such customers as Col. Charles Goodnight, trail-blazing cattleman. . . . Map (db m137838) HM
9Texas (Somervell County), Glen Rose — Making a Dinosaur
These and other models were built by artist Louis Paul Jonas (1894-1971) under commission by Sinclair Oil Company for its exhibit at the New York City World's Fair of 1964 and 1965. Jonas began with hundreds of sketches and models, resulting . . . Map (db m186794) HM
10Texas (Somervell County), Glen Rose — Misleading Models
Which dinosaurs left their tracks here at Dinosaur Valley State Park? Visitors often think that the dinosaur tracks in the park were made by Tyrannosaurus rex and Apatosaurus, the models in front of you. Although famous and . . . Map (db m186809) HM
11Texas (Somervell County), Glen Rose — Old County Jail
Built in 1934, funded as a WPA government project during the Depression, as a replacement for the first county jail built in 1884, located on the same site. The first structure was one story tall with the cell cage setting on the ground inside. . . . Map (db m196806) HM
12Texas (Somervell County), Glen Rose — 4977 — Somervell County
Named for Alexander Somervell (1796-1854), native of Maryland, veteran of the Battle of San Jacinto, Secretary of War under Texas President David G. Burnet; commanded the 1842 Somervell Expedition seeking to end Mexican invasions of Texas Republic. . . . Map (db m137836) HM
13Texas (Somervell County), Glen Rose — 4978 — Somervell County Courthouse
Built 1893. Late Victorian style. Native limestone construction. County was organized in 1875 and named for General Alexander Somervell (1796-1854), Texas soldier, colonist, and statesman. Court was first held in an old . . . Map (db m138075) HM
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14Texas (Somervell County), Glen Rose — 14614 — Somervell County Veterans
(East Face) In memory of those who gave their lives for their country In memory of veterans of all wars from Somervell County (North Face) Veterans of Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans of World . . . Map (db m139289) HM WM
15Texas (Somervell County), Glen Rose — 5025 — Squaw Creek Indian Fight, 1864
Civil War frontier victory, near this site. About 25 raiding Indians jumped a fox hunter, Rigman Bryant, killed him, shot his dog, stole his horse. That afternoon the Indians and stolen horses were seen by a minister, Silas Scarborough, W.C. . . . Map (db m138121) HM
16Texas (Somervell County), Glen Rose — Tyrannosaurus rex"king tyrant lizard"
T. rex was a spectacularly fearsome beast, the largest carnivore ever to walk the earth. One specimen measured 50 feet long and may have weighed 8 tons. Its monstrous 3-foot jaws bore 60 serrated teeth up to 7 inches long, perfect for slicing . . . Map (db m186791) HM
17Texas (Somervell County), Glen Rose — World's Fair Wonders
These life-size dinosaur models came to Dinosaur Valley State Park after thrilling audiences at the 1964-65 World's Fair in New York. In 1969, when fair sponsor Sinclair Oil merged with Atlantic Richfield and dropped its Dino logo, Glen . . . Map (db m186785) HM
 
 
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Nov. 29, 2022